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HOw to route all incomming mails to another mailserver???

HOw to route all incomming mails to another mailserver???

HOw to route all incomming mails to another mailserver???

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Dear all,

I have a network with a firewall, there are a mail server named
mail1.foobar.com outside the firewall, and another mail server named
mail2.foobar.com inside the firewall, I need to collect all the mails
for the domain with mail1.foobar.com first, then route all the mail to
the mail2.foobar.com. anybody tell what would have to add to sendmail.cf
to do it??? I use the solaris 2.5.1 and the sendmail with the system.
Thanks in advance for any help.

David

RE: HOw to route all incomming mails to another mailserver???

In sendmail.cf set
"Smart" relay host
DSServer.name.here

This will forward all mail to that host.

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